|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Seth Rogen, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Jane Lynch, Jason Bateman, Sigourney Weaver|
|Collections:||Alien Invasion, Award Winners, Bank Holiday Viewing, Best of LOVEFiLM Instant, Comedy Double Acts, Exclusive!, Highest Rated, March Picks|
|Rental release:||13 Jun 2011|
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paul ok its superbly funnyBy Temsreview (36 reviews) from Bristol , 20 Feb 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]a really amazingly funny film, but how are they going to present the 'bafta best actor' award to a computerised, alien, stereotype?
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love this film!By Mannarazza (8 reviews) , 16 Dec 2013i loved this film! i`ve seen it a couple of times and can`t get bored. simon pegg`s filmare usually entertainiing anyway :) the only thing i could say jus WATCH IT!
Crude but funBy Pinheaddude (134 reviews) from Maidenhead , 10 Oct 2013Not quite to the standards of Shaun and Hot Fuzz but still good fun with Seth Rogan adding fizz to the voice of Paul. Some great comedy actors on show and some really laugh out loud moments.
Rude, crude, cheesy and funny.By Peteob1 (69 reviews) from Leeds , 09 Oct 2013Rude, crude, cheesy and funny. We were prepared to hate it, but laughed most of the way through. Don't rest on your laurels guys.
Probably the best Road Movie/Romp/Farce/SciFiBy a customer , 04 Oct 2013Incomprehensible- that this is not 4stars or better overall. This is a fantastically funny and I think very slickly done with great confidence- there are things happening in the background that the Director doed not flag up which are proper funny too. One of my favourite road movie/ romp/ farce/ Sci fi films of all time- Actually where those venn diagram groups meet it is probably the best in that space.
Rude, crude but funnyBy auntysassy (15 reviews) from Petersfield , 01 Oct 2013Saw this last night and laughed a lot! So did Hubby! Funny, crude and really good fun. We enjoyed spotting the various references to Star Wars, Close Encounters, Aliens etc. Loved the cameo by Speilberg.